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Fix the build after public header sync.
Signed-off-by: Keir Fraser <keir.fraser@citrix.com>
author Keir Fraser <keir.fraser@citrix.com>
date Wed Aug 13 14:01:49 2008 +0100 (2008-08-13)
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1 # For a description of the syntax of this configuration file,
2 # see Documentation/kbuild/kconfig-language.txt.
3 #
5 mainmenu "Linux/PowerPC Kernel Configuration"
7 config MMU
8 bool
9 default y
11 config GENERIC_HARDIRQS
12 bool
13 default y
15 config RWSEM_GENERIC_SPINLOCK
16 bool
18 config RWSEM_XCHGADD_ALGORITHM
19 bool
20 default y
22 config GENERIC_HWEIGHT
23 bool
24 default y
26 config GENERIC_CALIBRATE_DELAY
27 bool
28 default y
30 config PPC
31 bool
32 default y
34 config PPC32
35 bool
36 default y
38 # All PPCs use generic nvram driver through ppc_md
39 config GENERIC_NVRAM
40 bool
41 default y
43 config GENERIC_FIND_NEXT_BIT
44 bool
45 default y
47 config SCHED_NO_NO_OMIT_FRAME_POINTER
48 bool
49 default y
51 config ARCH_MAY_HAVE_PC_FDC
52 bool
53 default y
55 source "init/Kconfig"
57 menu "Processor"
59 choice
60 prompt "Processor Type"
61 default 6xx
63 config 6xx
64 bool "6xx/7xx/74xx/52xx/82xx/83xx"
65 select PPC_FPU
66 help
67 There are four types of PowerPC chips supported. The more common
68 types (601, 603, 604, 740, 750, 7400), the older Freescale
69 (formerly Motorola) embedded versions (821, 823, 850, 855, 860,
70 52xx, 82xx, 83xx), the IBM embedded versions (403 and 405) and
71 the Book E embedded processors from IBM (44x) and Freescale (85xx).
72 For support for 64-bit processors, set ARCH=powerpc.
73 Unless you are building a kernel for one of the embedded processor
74 systems, choose 6xx.
75 Also note that because the 52xx, 82xx, & 83xx family have a 603e
76 core, specific support for that chipset is asked later on.
78 config 40x
79 bool "40x"
81 config 44x
82 bool "44x"
84 config 8xx
85 bool "8xx"
87 config E200
88 bool "e200"
90 config E500
91 bool "e500"
93 endchoice
95 config PPC_FPU
96 bool
98 config BOOKE
99 bool
100 depends on E200 || E500
101 default y
103 config FSL_BOOKE
104 bool
105 depends on E200 || E500
106 default y
108 config PTE_64BIT
109 bool
110 depends on 44x || E500
111 default y if 44x
112 default y if E500 && PHYS_64BIT
114 config PHYS_64BIT
115 bool 'Large physical address support' if E500
116 depends on 44x || E500
117 default y if 44x
118 ---help---
119 This option enables kernel support for larger than 32-bit physical
120 addresses. This features is not be available on all e500 cores.
122 If in doubt, say N here.
124 config ALTIVEC
125 bool "AltiVec Support"
126 depends on 6xx
127 depends on !8260 && !83xx
128 ---help---
129 This option enables kernel support for the Altivec extensions to the
130 PowerPC processor. The kernel currently supports saving and restoring
131 altivec registers, and turning on the 'altivec enable' bit so user
132 processes can execute altivec instructions.
134 This option is only usefully if you have a processor that supports
135 altivec (G4, otherwise known as 74xx series), but does not have
136 any affect on a non-altivec cpu (it does, however add code to the
137 kernel).
139 If in doubt, say Y here.
141 config SPE
142 bool "SPE Support"
143 depends on E200 || E500
144 ---help---
145 This option enables kernel support for the Signal Processing
146 Extensions (SPE) to the PowerPC processor. The kernel currently
147 supports saving and restoring SPE registers, and turning on the
148 'spe enable' bit so user processes can execute SPE instructions.
150 This option is only useful if you have a processor that supports
151 SPE (e500, otherwise known as 85xx series), but does not have any
152 effect on a non-spe cpu (it does, however add code to the kernel).
154 If in doubt, say Y here.
156 config TAU
157 bool "Thermal Management Support"
158 depends on 6xx && !8260 && !83xx
159 help
160 G3 and G4 processors have an on-chip temperature sensor called the
161 'Thermal Assist Unit (TAU)', which, in theory, can measure the on-die
162 temperature within 2-4 degrees Celsius. This option shows the current
163 on-die temperature in /proc/cpuinfo if the cpu supports it.
165 Unfortunately, on some chip revisions, this sensor is very inaccurate
166 and in some cases, does not work at all, so don't assume the cpu
167 temp is actually what /proc/cpuinfo says it is.
169 config TAU_INT
170 bool "Interrupt driven TAU driver (DANGEROUS)"
171 depends on TAU
172 ---help---
173 The TAU supports an interrupt driven mode which causes an interrupt
174 whenever the temperature goes out of range. This is the fastest way
175 to get notified the temp has exceeded a range. With this option off,
176 a timer is used to re-check the temperature periodically.
178 However, on some cpus it appears that the TAU interrupt hardware
179 is buggy and can cause a situation which would lead unexplained hard
180 lockups.
182 Unless you are extending the TAU driver, or enjoy kernel/hardware
183 debugging, leave this option off.
185 config TAU_AVERAGE
186 bool "Average high and low temp"
187 depends on TAU
188 ---help---
189 The TAU hardware can compare the temperature to an upper and lower
190 bound. The default behavior is to show both the upper and lower
191 bound in /proc/cpuinfo. If the range is large, the temperature is
192 either changing a lot, or the TAU hardware is broken (likely on some
193 G4's). If the range is small (around 4 degrees), the temperature is
194 relatively stable. If you say Y here, a single temperature value,
195 halfway between the upper and lower bounds, will be reported in
196 /proc/cpuinfo.
198 If in doubt, say N here.
200 config MATH_EMULATION
201 bool "Math emulation"
202 depends on 4xx || 8xx || E200 || E500
203 ---help---
204 Some PowerPC chips designed for embedded applications do not have
205 a floating-point unit and therefore do not implement the
206 floating-point instructions in the PowerPC instruction set. If you
207 say Y here, the kernel will include code to emulate a floating-point
208 unit, which will allow programs that use floating-point
209 instructions to run.
211 If you have an Apple machine or an IBM RS/6000 or pSeries machine,
212 or any machine with a 6xx, 7xx or 7xxx series processor, say N
213 here. Saying Y here will not hurt performance (on any machine) but
214 will increase the size of the kernel.
216 config KEXEC
217 bool "kexec system call (EXPERIMENTAL)"
218 depends on EXPERIMENTAL
219 help
220 kexec is a system call that implements the ability to shutdown your
221 current kernel, and to start another kernel. It is like a reboot
222 but it is independent of the system firmware. And like a reboot
223 you can start any kernel with it, not just Linux.
225 The name comes from the similarity to the exec system call.
227 It is an ongoing process to be certain the hardware in a machine
228 is properly shutdown, so do not be surprised if this code does not
229 initially work for you. It may help to enable device hotplugging
230 support. As of this writing the exact hardware interface is
231 strongly in flux, so no good recommendation can be made.
233 In the GameCube implementation, kexec allows you to load and
234 run DOL files, including kernel and homebrew DOLs.
236 source "drivers/cpufreq/Kconfig"
238 config PPC601_SYNC_FIX
239 bool "Workarounds for PPC601 bugs"
240 depends on 6xx && PPC_PREP
241 help
242 Some versions of the PPC601 (the first PowerPC chip) have bugs which
243 mean that extra synchronization instructions are required near
244 certain instructions, typically those that make major changes to the
245 CPU state. These extra instructions reduce performance slightly.
246 If you say N here, these extra instructions will not be included,
247 resulting in a kernel which will run faster but may not run at all
248 on some systems with the PPC601 chip.
250 If in doubt, say Y here.
252 source arch/ppc/platforms/4xx/Kconfig
253 source arch/ppc/platforms/85xx/Kconfig
255 config PPC_STD_MMU
256 bool
257 depends on 6xx
258 default y
260 config NOT_COHERENT_CACHE
261 bool
262 depends on 4xx || 8xx || E200
263 default y
265 endmenu
267 menu "Platform options"
269 config FADS
270 bool
272 choice
273 prompt "8xx Machine Type"
274 depends on 8xx
275 default RPXLITE
277 config RPXLITE
278 bool "RPX-Lite"
279 ---help---
280 Single-board computers based around the PowerPC MPC8xx chips and
281 intended for embedded applications. The following types are
282 supported:
284 RPX-Lite:
285 Embedded Planet RPX Lite. PC104 form-factor SBC based on the MPC823.
287 RPX-Classic:
288 Embedded Planet RPX Classic Low-fat. Credit-card-size SBC based on
289 the MPC 860
291 BSE-IP:
292 Bright Star Engineering ip-Engine.
294 TQM823L:
295 TQM850L:
296 TQM855L:
297 TQM860L:
298 MPC8xx based family of mini modules, half credit card size,
299 up to 64 MB of RAM, 8 MB Flash, (Fast) Ethernet, 2 x serial ports,
300 2 x CAN bus interface, ...
301 Manufacturer: TQ Components, www.tq-group.de
302 Date of Release: October (?) 1999
303 End of Life: not yet :-)
304 URL:
305 - module: <http://www.denx.de/PDF/TQM8xxLHWM201.pdf>
306 - starter kit: <http://www.denx.de/PDF/STK8xxLHWM201.pdf>
307 - images: <http://www.denx.de/embedded-ppc-en.html>
309 FPS850L:
310 FingerPrint Sensor System (based on TQM850L)
311 Manufacturer: IKENDI AG, <http://www.ikendi.com/>
312 Date of Release: November 1999
313 End of life: end 2000 ?
314 URL: see TQM850L
316 IVMS8:
317 MPC860 based board used in the "Integrated Voice Mail System",
318 Small Version (8 voice channels)
319 Manufacturer: Speech Design, <http://www.speech-design.de/>
320 Date of Release: December 2000 (?)
321 End of life: -
322 URL: <http://www.speech-design.de/>
324 IVML24:
325 MPC860 based board used in the "Integrated Voice Mail System",
326 Large Version (24 voice channels)
327 Manufacturer: Speech Design, <http://www.speech-design.de/>
328 Date of Release: March 2001 (?)
329 End of life: -
330 URL: <http://www.speech-design.de/>
332 HERMES:
333 Hermes-Pro ISDN/LAN router with integrated 8 x hub
334 Manufacturer: Multidata Gesellschaft fur Datentechnik und Informatik
335 <http://www.multidata.de/>
336 Date of Release: 2000 (?)
337 End of life: -
338 URL: <http://www.multidata.de/english/products/hpro.htm>
340 IP860:
341 VMEBus IP (Industry Pack) carrier board with MPC860
342 Manufacturer: MicroSys GmbH, <http://www.microsys.de/>
343 Date of Release: ?
344 End of life: -
345 URL: <http://www.microsys.de/html/ip860.html>
347 PCU_E:
348 PCU = Peripheral Controller Unit, Extended
349 Manufacturer: Siemens AG, ICN (Information and Communication Networks)
350 <http://www.siemens.de/page/1,3771,224315-1-999_2_226207-0,00.html>
351 Date of Release: April 2001
352 End of life: August 2001
353 URL: n. a.
355 config RPXCLASSIC
356 bool "RPX-Classic"
357 help
358 The RPX-Classic is a single-board computer based on the Motorola
359 MPC860. It features 16MB of DRAM and a variable amount of flash,
360 I2C EEPROM, thermal monitoring, a PCMCIA slot, a DIP switch and two
361 LEDs. Variants with Ethernet ports exist. Say Y here to support it
362 directly.
364 config BSEIP
365 bool "BSE-IP"
366 help
367 Say Y here to support the Bright Star Engineering ipEngine SBC.
368 This is a credit-card-sized device featuring a MPC823 processor,
369 26MB DRAM, 4MB flash, Ethernet, a 16K-gate FPGA, USB, an LCD/video
370 controller, and two RS232 ports.
372 config MPC8XXFADS
373 bool "FADS"
374 select FADS
376 config MPC86XADS
377 bool "MPC86XADS"
378 help
379 MPC86x Application Development System by Freescale Semiconductor.
380 The MPC86xADS is meant to serve as a platform for s/w and h/w
381 development around the MPC86X processor families.
382 select FADS
384 config MPC885ADS
385 bool "MPC885ADS"
386 help
387 Freescale Semiconductor MPC885 Application Development System (ADS).
388 Also known as DUET.
389 The MPC885ADS is meant to serve as a platform for s/w and h/w
390 development around the MPC885 processor family.
392 config TQM823L
393 bool "TQM823L"
394 help
395 Say Y here to support the TQM823L, one of an MPC8xx-based family of
396 mini SBCs (half credit-card size) from TQ Components first released
397 in late 1999. Technical references are at
398 <http://www.denx.de/PDF/TQM8xxLHWM201.pdf>, and
399 <http://www.denx.de/PDF/STK8xxLHWM201.pdf>, and an image at
400 <http://www.denx.de/embedded-ppc-en.html>.
402 config TQM850L
403 bool "TQM850L"
404 help
405 Say Y here to support the TQM850L, one of an MPC8xx-based family of
406 mini SBCs (half credit-card size) from TQ Components first released
407 in late 1999. Technical references are at
408 <http://www.denx.de/PDF/TQM8xxLHWM201.pdf>, and
409 <http://www.denx.de/PDF/STK8xxLHWM201.pdf>, and an image at
410 <http://www.denx.de/embedded-ppc-en.html>.
412 config TQM855L
413 bool "TQM855L"
414 help
415 Say Y here to support the TQM855L, one of an MPC8xx-based family of
416 mini SBCs (half credit-card size) from TQ Components first released
417 in late 1999. Technical references are at
418 <http://www.denx.de/PDF/TQM8xxLHWM201.pdf>, and
419 <http://www.denx.de/PDF/STK8xxLHWM201.pdf>, and an image at
420 <http://www.denx.de/embedded-ppc-en.html>.
422 config TQM860L
423 bool "TQM860L"
424 help
425 Say Y here to support the TQM860L, one of an MPC8xx-based family of
426 mini SBCs (half credit-card size) from TQ Components first released
427 in late 1999. Technical references are at
428 <http://www.denx.de/PDF/TQM8xxLHWM201.pdf>, and
429 <http://www.denx.de/PDF/STK8xxLHWM201.pdf>, and an image at
430 <http://www.denx.de/embedded-ppc-en.html>.
432 config FPS850L
433 bool "FPS850L"
435 config IVMS8
436 bool "IVMS8"
437 help
438 Say Y here to support the Integrated Voice-Mail Small 8-channel SBC
439 from Speech Design, released March 2001. The manufacturer's website
440 is at <http://www.speech-design.de/>.
442 config IVML24
443 bool "IVML24"
444 help
445 Say Y here to support the Integrated Voice-Mail Large 24-channel SBC
446 from Speech Design, released March 2001. The manufacturer's website
447 is at <http://www.speech-design.de/>.
449 config HERMES_PRO
450 bool "HERMES"
452 config IP860
453 bool "IP860"
455 config LWMON
456 bool "LWMON"
458 config PCU_E
459 bool "PCU_E"
461 config CCM
462 bool "CCM"
464 config LANTEC
465 bool "LANTEC"
467 config MBX
468 bool "MBX"
469 help
470 MBX is a line of Motorola single-board computer based around the
471 MPC821 and MPC860 processors, and intended for embedded-controller
472 applications. Say Y here to support these boards directly.
474 config WINCEPT
475 bool "WinCept"
476 help
477 The Wincept 100/110 is a Motorola single-board computer based on the
478 MPC821 PowerPC, introduced in 1998 and designed to be used in
479 thin-client machines. Say Y to support it directly.
481 endchoice
483 menu "Freescale Ethernet driver platform-specific options"
484 depends on FS_ENET
486 config MPC8xx_SECOND_ETH
487 bool "Second Ethernet channel"
488 depends on (MPC885ADS || MPC86XADS)
489 default y
490 help
491 This enables support for second Ethernet on MPC885ADS and MPC86xADS boards.
492 The latter will use SCC1, for 885ADS you can select it below.
494 choice
495 prompt "Second Ethernet channel"
496 depends on MPC8xx_SECOND_ETH
497 default MPC8xx_SECOND_ETH_FEC2
499 config MPC8xx_SECOND_ETH_FEC2
500 bool "FEC2"
501 depends on MPC885ADS
502 help
503 Enable FEC2 to serve as 2-nd Ethernet channel. Note that SMC2
504 (often 2-nd UART) will not work if this is enabled.
506 config MPC8xx_SECOND_ETH_SCC1
507 bool "SCC1"
508 depends on MPC86XADS
509 select MPC8xx_SCC_ENET_FIXED
510 help
511 Enable SCC1 to serve as 2-nd Ethernet channel. Note that SMC1
512 (often 1-nd UART) will not work if this is enabled.
514 config MPC8xx_SECOND_ETH_SCC3
515 bool "SCC3"
516 depends on MPC885ADS
517 help
518 Enable SCC3 to serve as 2-nd Ethernet channel. Note that SMC1
519 (often 1-nd UART) will not work if this is enabled.
521 endchoice
523 config MPC8xx_SCC_ENET_FIXED
524 depends on MPC8xx_SECOND_ETH_SCC
525 default n
526 bool "Use fixed MII-less mode for SCC Ethernet"
528 endmenu
530 choice
531 prompt "Machine Type"
532 depends on 6xx
533 default PPC_PREP
534 ---help---
535 Linux currently supports several different kinds of PowerPC-based
536 machines: Apple Power Macintoshes and clones (such as the Motorola
537 Starmax series), PReP (PowerPC Reference Platform) machines (such
538 as the Motorola PowerStacks, Motorola cPCI/VME embedded systems,
539 and some IBM RS/6000 systems), CHRP (Common Hardware Reference
540 Platform) machines (including all of the recent IBM RS/6000 and
541 pSeries machines), and several embedded PowerPC systems containing
542 4xx, 6xx, 7xx, 8xx, 74xx, and 82xx processors. Currently, the
543 default option is to build a kernel which works on PReP.
545 Note that support for Apple and CHRP machines is now only available
546 with ARCH=powerpc, and has been removed from this menu. If you
547 wish to build a kernel for an Apple or CHRP machine, exit this
548 configuration process and re-run it with ARCH=powerpc.
550 Select PReP if configuring for a PReP machine.
552 Select Gemini if configuring for a Synergy Microsystems' Gemini
553 series Single Board Computer. More information is available at:
554 <http://www.synergymicro.com/PressRel/97_10_15.html>.
556 Select APUS if configuring for a PowerUP Amiga. More information is
557 available at: <http://linux-apus.sourceforge.net/>.
559 config PPC_PREP
560 bool "PReP"
562 config APUS
563 bool "Amiga-APUS"
564 depends on BROKEN
565 help
566 Select APUS if configuring for a PowerUP Amiga.
567 More information is available at:
568 <http://linux-apus.sourceforge.net/>.
570 config KATANA
571 bool "Artesyn-Katana"
572 help
573 Select KATANA if configuring an Artesyn KATANA 750i or 3750
574 cPCI board.
576 config WILLOW
577 bool "Cogent-Willow"
579 config CPCI690
580 bool "Force-CPCI690"
581 help
582 Select CPCI690 if configuring a Force CPCI690 cPCI board.
584 config POWERPMC250
585 bool "Force-PowerPMC250"
587 config CHESTNUT
588 bool "IBM 750FX Eval board or 750GX Eval board"
589 help
590 Select CHESTNUT if configuring an IBM 750FX Eval Board or a
591 IBM 750GX Eval board.
593 config SPRUCE
594 bool "IBM-Spruce"
595 select PPC_INDIRECT_PCI
597 config HDPU
598 bool "Sky-HDPU"
599 help
600 Select HDPU if configuring a Sky Computers Compute Blade.
602 config HDPU_FEATURES
603 depends HDPU
604 tristate "HDPU-Features"
605 help
606 Select to enable HDPU enhanced features.
608 config EV64260
609 bool "Marvell-EV64260BP"
610 help
611 Select EV64260 if configuring a Marvell (formerly Galileo)
612 EV64260BP Evaluation platform.
614 config LOPEC
615 bool "Motorola-LoPEC"
616 select PPC_I8259
618 config MVME5100
619 bool "Motorola-MVME5100"
620 select PPC_INDIRECT_PCI
622 config PPLUS
623 bool "Motorola-PowerPlus"
624 select PPC_I8259
625 select PPC_INDIRECT_PCI
627 config PRPMC750
628 bool "Motorola-PrPMC750"
629 select PPC_INDIRECT_PCI
631 config PRPMC800
632 bool "Motorola-PrPMC800"
633 select PPC_INDIRECT_PCI
635 config SANDPOINT
636 bool "Motorola-Sandpoint"
637 select PPC_I8259
638 help
639 Select SANDPOINT if configuring for a Motorola Sandpoint X3
640 (any flavor).
642 config RADSTONE_PPC7D
643 bool "Radstone Technology PPC7D board"
644 select PPC_I8259
646 config PAL4
647 bool "SBS-Palomar4"
649 config GEMINI
650 bool "Synergy-Gemini"
651 depends on BROKEN
652 select PPC_INDIRECT_PCI
653 help
654 Select Gemini if configuring for a Synergy Microsystems' Gemini
655 series Single Board Computer. More information is available at:
656 <http://www.synergymicro.com/PressRel/97_10_15.html>.
658 config EST8260
659 bool "EST8260"
660 ---help---
661 The EST8260 is a single-board computer manufactured by Wind River
662 Systems, Inc. (formerly Embedded Support Tools Corp.) and based on
663 the MPC8260. Wind River Systems has a website at
664 <http://www.windriver.com/>, but the EST8260 cannot be found on it
665 and has probably been discontinued or rebadged.
667 config SBC82xx
668 bool "SBC82xx"
669 ---help---
670 SBC PowerQUICC II, single-board computer with MPC82xx CPU
671 Manufacturer: Wind River Systems, Inc.
672 Date of Release: May 2003
673 End of Life: -
674 URL: <http://www.windriver.com/>
676 config SBS8260
677 bool "SBS8260"
679 config RPX8260
680 bool "RPXSUPER"
682 config TQM8260
683 bool "TQM8260"
684 ---help---
685 MPC8260 based module, little larger than credit card,
686 up to 128 MB global + 64 MB local RAM, 32 MB Flash,
687 32 kB EEPROM, 256 kB L@ Cache, 10baseT + 100baseT Ethernet,
688 2 x serial ports, ...
689 Manufacturer: TQ Components, www.tq-group.de
690 Date of Release: June 2001
691 End of Life: not yet :-)
692 URL: <http://www.denx.de/PDF/TQM82xx_SPEC_Rev005.pdf>
694 config ADS8272
695 bool "ADS8272"
697 config PQ2FADS
698 bool "Freescale-PQ2FADS"
699 help
700 Select PQ2FADS if you wish to configure for a Freescale
701 PQ2FADS board (-VR or -ZU).
703 config LITE5200
704 bool "Freescale LITE5200 / (IceCube)"
705 select PPC_MPC52xx
706 help
707 Support for the LITE5200 dev board for the MPC5200 from Freescale.
708 This is for the LITE5200 version 2.0 board. Don't know if it changes
709 much but it's only been tested on this board version. I think this
710 board is also known as IceCube.
712 config LITE5200B
713 bool "Freescale LITE5200B"
714 depends LITE5200
715 help
716 Support for the LITE5200B dev board for the MPC5200 from Freescale.
717 This is the new board with 2 PCI slots.
719 config MPC834x_SYS
720 bool "Freescale MPC834x SYS"
721 help
722 This option enables support for the MPC 834x SYS evaluation board.
724 Be aware that PCI buses can only function when SYS board is plugged
725 into the PIB (Platform IO Board) board from Freescale which provide
726 3 PCI slots. The PIBs PCI initialization is the bootloader's
727 responsiblilty.
729 config EV64360
730 bool "Marvell-EV64360BP"
731 help
732 Select EV64360 if configuring a Marvell EV64360BP Evaluation
733 platform.
734 endchoice
736 config PQ2ADS
737 bool
738 depends on ADS8272
739 default y
741 config TQM8xxL
742 bool
743 depends on 8xx && (TQM823L || TQM850L || FPS850L || TQM855L || TQM860L)
744 default y
746 config EMBEDDEDBOOT
747 bool
748 depends on 8xx || 8260
749 default y
751 config PPC_MPC52xx
752 bool
754 config 8260
755 bool "CPM2 Support" if WILLOW
756 depends on 6xx
757 default y if TQM8260 || RPX8260 || EST8260 || SBS8260 || SBC82xx || PQ2FADS
758 help
759 The MPC8260 is a typical embedded CPU made by Motorola. Selecting
760 this option means that you wish to build a kernel for a machine with
761 an 8260 class CPU.
763 config 8272
764 bool
765 depends on 6xx
766 default y if ADS8272
767 select 8260
768 help
769 The MPC8272 CPM has a different internal dpram setup than other CPM2
770 devices
772 config 83xx
773 bool
774 default y if MPC834x_SYS
776 config MPC834x
777 bool
778 default y if MPC834x_SYS
780 config PPC_83xx
781 bool
782 default y if 83xx
784 config CPM1
785 bool
786 depends on 8xx
787 default y
788 help
789 The CPM1 (Communications Processor Module) is a coprocessor on
790 embedded CPUs made by Motorola. Selecting this option means that
791 you wish to build a kernel for a machine with a CPM1 coprocessor
792 on it (8xx, 827x, 8560).
794 config CPM2
795 bool
796 depends on 8260 || MPC8560 || MPC8555
797 default y
798 help
799 The CPM2 (Communications Processor Module) is a coprocessor on
800 embedded CPUs made by Motorola. Selecting this option means that
801 you wish to build a kernel for a machine with a CPM2 coprocessor
802 on it (826x, 827x, 8560).
804 config PPC_GEN550
805 bool
806 depends on SANDPOINT || SPRUCE || PPLUS || \
807 PRPMC750 || PRPMC800 || LOPEC || \
808 (EV64260 && !SERIAL_MPSC) || CHESTNUT || RADSTONE_PPC7D || \
809 83xx
810 default y
812 config FORCE
813 bool
814 depends on 6xx && POWERPMC250
815 default y
817 config GT64260
818 bool
819 depends on EV64260 || CPCI690
820 default y
822 config MV64360 # Really MV64360 & MV64460
823 bool
824 depends on CHESTNUT || KATANA || RADSTONE_PPC7D || HDPU || EV64360
825 default y
827 config MV64X60
828 bool
829 depends on (GT64260 || MV64360)
830 select PPC_INDIRECT_PCI
831 default y
833 menu "Set bridge options"
834 depends on MV64X60
836 config NOT_COHERENT_CACHE
837 bool "Turn off Cache Coherency"
838 default n
839 help
840 Some 64x60 bridges lock up when trying to enforce cache coherency.
841 When this option is selected, cache coherency will be turned off.
842 Note that this can cause other problems (e.g., stale data being
843 speculatively loaded via a cached mapping). Use at your own risk.
845 config MV64X60_BASE
846 hex "Set bridge base used by firmware"
847 default "0xf1000000"
848 help
849 A firmware can leave the base address of the bridge's registers at
850 a non-standard location. If so, set this value to reflect the
851 address of that non-standard location.
853 config MV64X60_NEW_BASE
854 hex "Set bridge base used by kernel"
855 default "0xf1000000"
856 help
857 If the current base address of the bridge's registers is not where
858 you want it, set this value to the address that you want it moved to.
860 endmenu
862 config NONMONARCH_SUPPORT
863 bool "Enable Non-Monarch Support"
864 depends on PRPMC800
866 config HARRIER
867 bool
868 depends on PRPMC800
869 default y
871 config EPIC_SERIAL_MODE
872 bool
873 depends on 6xx && (LOPEC || SANDPOINT)
874 default y
876 config MPC10X_BRIDGE
877 bool
878 depends on POWERPMC250 || LOPEC || SANDPOINT
879 select PPC_INDIRECT_PCI
880 default y
882 config MPC10X_OPENPIC
883 bool
884 depends on POWERPMC250 || LOPEC || SANDPOINT
885 default y
887 config MPC10X_STORE_GATHERING
888 bool "Enable MPC10x store gathering"
889 depends on MPC10X_BRIDGE
891 config SANDPOINT_ENABLE_UART1
892 bool "Enable DUART mode on Sandpoint"
893 depends on SANDPOINT
894 help
895 If this option is enabled then the MPC824x processor will run
896 in DUART mode instead of UART mode.
898 config HARRIER_STORE_GATHERING
899 bool "Enable Harrier store gathering"
900 depends on HARRIER
902 config MVME5100_IPMC761_PRESENT
903 bool "MVME5100 configured with an IPMC761"
904 depends on MVME5100
905 select PPC_I8259
907 config SPRUCE_BAUD_33M
908 bool "Spruce baud clock support"
909 depends on SPRUCE
911 config PC_KEYBOARD
912 bool "PC PS/2 style Keyboard"
913 depends on 4xx || CPM2
915 config PPCBUG_NVRAM
916 bool "Enable reading PPCBUG NVRAM during boot" if PPLUS || LOPEC
917 default y if PPC_PREP
919 config SMP
920 depends on PPC_STD_MMU
921 bool "Symmetric multi-processing support"
922 ---help---
923 This enables support for systems with more than one CPU. If you have
924 a system with only one CPU, say N. If you have a system with more
925 than one CPU, say Y. Note that the kernel does not currently
926 support SMP machines with 603/603e/603ev or PPC750 ("G3") processors
927 since they have inadequate hardware support for multiprocessor
928 operation.
930 If you say N here, the kernel will run on single and multiprocessor
931 machines, but will use only one CPU of a multiprocessor machine. If
932 you say Y here, the kernel will run on single-processor machines.
933 On a single-processor machine, the kernel will run faster if you say
934 N here.
936 If you don't know what to do here, say N.
938 config IRQ_ALL_CPUS
939 bool "Distribute interrupts on all CPUs by default"
940 depends on SMP && !MV64360
941 help
942 This option gives the kernel permission to distribute IRQs across
943 multiple CPUs. Saying N here will route all IRQs to the first
944 CPU. Generally saying Y is safe, although some problems have been
945 reported with SMP Power Macintoshes with this option enabled.
947 config NR_CPUS
948 int "Maximum number of CPUs (2-32)"
949 range 2 32
950 depends on SMP
951 default "4"
953 config HIGHMEM
954 bool "High memory support"
956 source kernel/Kconfig.hz
957 source kernel/Kconfig.preempt
958 source "mm/Kconfig"
960 source "fs/Kconfig.binfmt"
962 config PREP_RESIDUAL
963 bool "Support for PReP Residual Data"
964 depends on PPC_PREP
965 help
966 Some PReP systems have residual data passed to the kernel by the
967 firmware. This allows detection of memory size, devices present and
968 other useful pieces of information. Sometimes this information is
969 not present or incorrect, in which case it could lead to the machine
970 behaving incorrectly. If this happens, either disable PREP_RESIDUAL
971 or pass the 'noresidual' option to the kernel.
973 If you are running a PReP system, say Y here, otherwise say N.
975 config PROC_PREPRESIDUAL
976 bool "Support for reading of PReP Residual Data in /proc"
977 depends on PREP_RESIDUAL && PROC_FS
978 help
979 Enabling this option will create a /proc/residual file which allows
980 you to get at the residual data on PReP systems. You will need a tool
981 (lsresidual) to parse it. If you aren't on a PReP system, you don't
982 want this.
984 config CMDLINE_BOOL
985 bool "Default bootloader kernel arguments"
987 config CMDLINE
988 string "Initial kernel command string"
989 depends on CMDLINE_BOOL
990 default "console=ttyS0,9600 console=tty0 root=/dev/sda2"
991 help
992 On some platforms, there is currently no way for the boot loader to
993 pass arguments to the kernel. For these platforms, you can supply
994 some command-line options at build time by entering them here. In
995 most cases you will need to specify the root device here.
997 config AMIGA
998 bool
999 depends on APUS
1000 default y
1001 help
1002 This option enables support for the Amiga series of computers.
1004 config ZORRO
1005 bool
1006 depends on APUS
1007 default y
1008 help
1009 This enables support for the Zorro bus in the Amiga. If you have
1010 expansion cards in your Amiga that conform to the Amiga
1011 AutoConfig(tm) specification, say Y, otherwise N. Note that even
1012 expansion cards that do not fit in the Zorro slots but fit in e.g.
1013 the CPU slot may fall in this category, so you have to say Y to let
1014 Linux use these.
1016 config ABSTRACT_CONSOLE
1017 bool
1018 depends on APUS
1019 default y
1021 config APUS_FAST_EXCEPT
1022 bool
1023 depends on APUS
1024 default y
1026 config AMIGA_PCMCIA
1027 bool "Amiga 1200/600 PCMCIA support"
1028 depends on APUS && EXPERIMENTAL
1029 help
1030 Include support in the kernel for pcmcia on Amiga 1200 and Amiga
1031 600. If you intend to use pcmcia cards say Y; otherwise say N.
1033 config AMIGA_BUILTIN_SERIAL
1034 tristate "Amiga builtin serial support"
1035 depends on APUS
1036 help
1037 If you want to use your Amiga's built-in serial port in Linux,
1038 answer Y.
1040 To compile this driver as a module, choose M here.
1042 config GVPIOEXT
1043 tristate "GVP IO-Extender support"
1044 depends on APUS
1045 help
1046 If you want to use a GVP IO-Extender serial card in Linux, say Y.
1047 Otherwise, say N.
1049 config GVPIOEXT_LP
1050 tristate "GVP IO-Extender parallel printer support"
1051 depends on GVPIOEXT
1052 help
1053 Say Y to enable driving a printer from the parallel port on your
1054 GVP IO-Extender card, N otherwise.
1056 config GVPIOEXT_PLIP
1057 tristate "GVP IO-Extender PLIP support"
1058 depends on GVPIOEXT
1059 help
1060 Say Y to enable doing IP over the parallel port on your GVP
1061 IO-Extender card, N otherwise.
1063 config MULTIFACE_III_TTY
1064 tristate "Multiface Card III serial support"
1065 depends on APUS
1066 help
1067 If you want to use a Multiface III card's serial port in Linux,
1068 answer Y.
1070 To compile this driver as a module, choose M here.
1072 config A2232
1073 tristate "Commodore A2232 serial support (EXPERIMENTAL)"
1074 depends on EXPERIMENTAL && APUS
1075 ---help---
1076 This option supports the 2232 7-port serial card shipped with the
1077 Amiga 2000 and other Zorro-bus machines, dating from 1989. At
1078 a max of 19,200 bps, the ports are served by a 6551 ACIA UART chip
1079 each, plus a 8520 CIA, and a master 6502 CPU and buffer as well. The
1080 ports were connected with 8 pin DIN connectors on the card bracket,
1081 for which 8 pin to DB25 adapters were supplied. The card also had
1082 jumpers internally to toggle various pinning configurations.
1084 This driver can be built as a module; but then "generic_serial"
1085 will also be built as a module. This has to be loaded before
1086 "ser_a2232". If you want to do this, answer M here.
1088 config WHIPPET_SERIAL
1089 tristate "Hisoft Whippet PCMCIA serial support"
1090 depends on AMIGA_PCMCIA
1091 help
1092 HiSoft has a web page at <http://www.hisoft.co.uk/>, but there
1093 is no listing for the Whippet in their Amiga section.
1095 config APNE
1096 tristate "PCMCIA NE2000 support"
1097 depends on AMIGA_PCMCIA
1098 help
1099 If you have a PCMCIA NE2000 compatible adapter, say Y. Otherwise,
1100 say N.
1102 To compile this driver as a module, choose M here: the
1103 module will be called apne.
1105 config SERIAL_CONSOLE
1106 bool "Support for serial port console"
1107 depends on APUS && (AMIGA_BUILTIN_SERIAL=y || GVPIOEXT=y || MULTIFACE_III_TTY=y)
1109 config HEARTBEAT
1110 bool "Use power LED as a heartbeat"
1111 depends on APUS
1112 help
1113 Use the power-on LED on your machine as a load meter. The exact
1114 behavior is platform-dependent, but normally the flash frequency is
1115 a hyperbolic function of the 5-minute load average.
1117 config PROC_HARDWARE
1118 bool "/proc/hardware support"
1119 depends on APUS
1121 source "drivers/zorro/Kconfig"
1123 if !44x || BROKEN
1124 source kernel/power/Kconfig
1125 endif
1127 config SECCOMP
1128 bool "Enable seccomp to safely compute untrusted bytecode"
1129 depends on PROC_FS
1130 default y
1131 help
1132 This kernel feature is useful for number crunching applications
1133 that may need to compute untrusted bytecode during their
1134 execution. By using pipes or other transports made available to
1135 the process as file descriptors supporting the read/write
1136 syscalls, it's possible to isolate those applications in
1137 their own address space using seccomp. Once seccomp is
1138 enabled via /proc/<pid>/seccomp, it cannot be disabled
1139 and the task is only allowed to execute a few safe syscalls
1140 defined by each seccomp mode.
1142 If unsure, say Y. Only embedded should say N here.
1144 endmenu
1146 config ISA_DMA_API
1147 bool
1148 default y
1150 menu "Bus options"
1152 config ISA
1153 bool "Support for ISA-bus hardware"
1154 depends on PPC_PREP
1155 help
1156 Find out whether you have ISA slots on your motherboard. ISA is the
1157 name of a bus system, i.e. the way the CPU talks to the other stuff
1158 inside your box. If you have an Apple machine, say N here; if you
1159 have an IBM RS/6000 or pSeries machine or a PReP machine, say Y. If
1160 you have an embedded board, consult your board documentation.
1162 config GENERIC_ISA_DMA
1163 bool
1164 depends on 6xx && !CPM2
1165 default y
1167 config PPC_I8259
1168 bool
1169 default y if 85xx || PPC_PREP
1170 default n
1172 config PPC_INDIRECT_PCI
1173 bool
1174 depends on PCI
1175 default y if 40x || 44x || 85xx || 83xx || PPC_PREP
1176 default n
1178 config EISA
1179 bool
1180 help
1181 The Extended Industry Standard Architecture (EISA) bus is a bus
1182 architecture used on some older intel-based PCs.
1184 config SBUS
1185 bool
1187 # Yes MCA RS/6000s exist but Linux-PPC does not currently support any
1188 config MCA
1189 bool
1191 config PCI
1192 bool "PCI support" if 40x || CPM2 || 83xx || 85xx || PPC_MPC52xx
1193 default y if !40x && !CPM2 && !8xx && !APUS && !83xx && !85xx
1194 default PCI_PERMEDIA if !4xx && !CPM2 && !8xx && APUS
1195 default PCI_QSPAN if !4xx && !CPM2 && 8xx
1196 help
1197 Find out whether your system includes a PCI bus. PCI is the name of
1198 a bus system, i.e. the way the CPU talks to the other stuff inside
1199 your box. If you say Y here, the kernel will include drivers and
1200 infrastructure code to support PCI bus devices.
1202 config PCI_DOMAINS
1203 bool
1204 default PCI
1206 config MPC83xx_PCI2
1207 bool " Supprt for 2nd PCI host controller"
1208 depends on PCI && MPC834x
1209 default y if MPC834x_SYS
1211 config PCI_QSPAN
1212 bool "QSpan PCI"
1213 depends on !4xx && !CPM2 && 8xx
1214 select PPC_I8259
1215 help
1216 Say Y here if you have a system based on a Motorola 8xx-series
1217 embedded processor with a QSPAN PCI interface, otherwise say N.
1219 config PCI_8260
1220 bool
1221 depends on PCI && 8260
1222 select PPC_INDIRECT_PCI
1223 default y
1225 config 8260_PCI9
1226 bool " Enable workaround for MPC826x erratum PCI 9"
1227 depends on PCI_8260 && !ADS8272
1228 default y
1230 choice
1231 prompt " IDMA channel for PCI 9 workaround"
1232 depends on 8260_PCI9
1234 config 8260_PCI9_IDMA1
1235 bool "IDMA1"
1237 config 8260_PCI9_IDMA2
1238 bool "IDMA2"
1240 config 8260_PCI9_IDMA3
1241 bool "IDMA3"
1243 config 8260_PCI9_IDMA4
1244 bool "IDMA4"
1246 endchoice
1248 config PCI_PERMEDIA
1249 bool "PCI for Permedia2"
1250 depends on !4xx && !8xx && APUS
1252 source "drivers/pci/Kconfig"
1254 source "drivers/pcmcia/Kconfig"
1256 config RAPIDIO
1257 bool "RapidIO support" if MPC8540 || MPC8560
1258 help
1259 If you say Y here, the kernel will include drivers and
1260 infrastructure code to support RapidIO interconnect devices.
1262 source "drivers/rapidio/Kconfig"
1264 endmenu
1266 menu "Advanced setup"
1268 config ADVANCED_OPTIONS
1269 bool "Prompt for advanced kernel configuration options"
1270 help
1271 This option will enable prompting for a variety of advanced kernel
1272 configuration options. These options can cause the kernel to not
1273 work if they are set incorrectly, but can be used to optimize certain
1274 aspects of kernel memory management.
1276 Unless you know what you are doing, say N here.
1278 comment "Default settings for advanced configuration options are used"
1279 depends on !ADVANCED_OPTIONS
1281 config HIGHMEM_START_BOOL
1282 bool "Set high memory pool address"
1283 depends on ADVANCED_OPTIONS && HIGHMEM
1284 help
1285 This option allows you to set the base address of the kernel virtual
1286 area used to map high memory pages. This can be useful in
1287 optimizing the layout of kernel virtual memory.
1289 Say N here unless you know what you are doing.
1291 config HIGHMEM_START
1292 hex "Virtual start address of high memory pool" if HIGHMEM_START_BOOL
1293 default "0xfe000000"
1295 config LOWMEM_SIZE_BOOL
1296 bool "Set maximum low memory"
1297 depends on ADVANCED_OPTIONS
1298 help
1299 This option allows you to set the maximum amount of memory which
1300 will be used as "low memory", that is, memory which the kernel can
1301 access directly, without having to set up a kernel virtual mapping.
1302 This can be useful in optimizing the layout of kernel virtual
1303 memory.
1305 Say N here unless you know what you are doing.
1307 config LOWMEM_SIZE
1308 hex "Maximum low memory size (in bytes)" if LOWMEM_SIZE_BOOL
1309 default "0x30000000"
1311 config KERNEL_START_BOOL
1312 bool "Set custom kernel base address"
1313 depends on ADVANCED_OPTIONS
1314 help
1315 This option allows you to set the kernel virtual address at which
1316 the kernel will map low memory (the kernel image will be linked at
1317 this address). This can be useful in optimizing the virtual memory
1318 layout of the system.
1320 Say N here unless you know what you are doing.
1322 config KERNEL_START
1323 hex "Virtual address of kernel base" if KERNEL_START_BOOL
1324 default "0xc0000000"
1326 config TASK_SIZE_BOOL
1327 bool "Set custom user task size"
1328 depends on ADVANCED_OPTIONS
1329 help
1330 This option allows you to set the amount of virtual address space
1331 allocated to user tasks. This can be useful in optimizing the
1332 virtual memory layout of the system.
1334 Say N here unless you know what you are doing.
1336 config TASK_SIZE
1337 hex "Size of user task space" if TASK_SIZE_BOOL
1338 default "0x80000000"
1340 config CONSISTENT_START_BOOL
1341 bool "Set custom consistent memory pool address"
1342 depends on ADVANCED_OPTIONS && NOT_COHERENT_CACHE
1343 help
1344 This option allows you to set the base virtual address
1345 of the the consistent memory pool. This pool of virtual
1346 memory is used to make consistent memory allocations.
1348 config CONSISTENT_START
1349 hex "Base virtual address of consistent memory pool" if CONSISTENT_START_BOOL
1350 default "0xff100000" if NOT_COHERENT_CACHE
1352 config CONSISTENT_SIZE_BOOL
1353 bool "Set custom consistent memory pool size"
1354 depends on ADVANCED_OPTIONS && NOT_COHERENT_CACHE
1355 help
1356 This option allows you to set the size of the the
1357 consistent memory pool. This pool of virtual memory
1358 is used to make consistent memory allocations.
1360 config CONSISTENT_SIZE
1361 hex "Size of consistent memory pool" if CONSISTENT_SIZE_BOOL
1362 default "0x00200000" if NOT_COHERENT_CACHE
1364 config BOOT_LOAD_BOOL
1365 bool "Set the boot link/load address"
1366 depends on ADVANCED_OPTIONS && !PPC_PREP
1367 help
1368 This option allows you to set the initial load address of the zImage
1369 or zImage.initrd file. This can be useful if you are on a board
1370 which has a small amount of memory.
1372 Say N here unless you know what you are doing.
1374 config BOOT_LOAD
1375 hex "Link/load address for booting" if BOOT_LOAD_BOOL
1376 default "0x00400000" if 40x || 8xx || 8260
1377 default "0x01000000" if 44x
1378 default "0x00800000"
1380 config PIN_TLB
1381 bool "Pinned Kernel TLBs (860 ONLY)"
1382 depends on ADVANCED_OPTIONS && 8xx
1383 endmenu
1385 source "net/Kconfig"
1387 source "drivers/Kconfig"
1389 source "fs/Kconfig"
1391 source "arch/ppc/8xx_io/Kconfig"
1393 source "arch/ppc/8260_io/Kconfig"
1396 menu "IBM 40x options"
1397 depends on 40x
1399 config SERIAL_SICC
1400 bool "SICC Serial port"
1401 depends on STB03xxx
1403 config UART1_DFLT_CONSOLE
1404 bool
1405 depends on SERIAL_SICC && UART0_TTYS1
1406 default y
1408 config SERIAL_SICC_CONSOLE
1409 bool
1410 depends on SERIAL_SICC && UART0_TTYS1
1411 default y
1413 endmenu
1415 source "lib/Kconfig"
1417 source "arch/powerpc/oprofile/Kconfig"
1419 source "arch/ppc/Kconfig.debug"
1421 source "security/Kconfig"
1423 source "crypto/Kconfig"